• 110 copies on black vinyl, comes with an OBI Strip and inlay. (Scarecrow Records/Weird Face Records) https://weirdfaceproductions.bandcamp.com/album/rockandrollocaust
  • This 7" was the only output from LAST RIGHTS, CHOKE's band that was sandwiched between his time in NEGATIVE FX and SLAPSHOT. The tracks are 2 dance floor stompers and have not been available as a 7" officially since its release in 1984. (Taang! Records)
  • This compilation of recordings from the Birmingham-based punk band features early '80s EP and demo tracks, and more! Limited edition of 250 copies. Tracks:1 to 4-No Hope For Anyone E.P 1982 Tracks:5 and 6-Convicted / Infiltrator 45 1982 Tracks:7 to 10-Demos 1982 Tracks:11 to 14-Studio session 2010 Tracks:15 to 17-Practice 1982 (Mad Butcher Records)
  • A reissue of the classic 1983 debut album from these pioneers of the Boston, MA hardcore movement. Twelve brutal tracks of harder-than-hard punk rock. Now available on vinyl. "The band dropped Is This My World? in 1983, which is easily one of the most classic hardcore records from this era (in my opinion second tier only to the obvious ones such as Damaged or Bad Brains' self-titled). Is This My World? is the sound of a young band finally coming into their own. Every instrument seems to still be rolling over each other in a spastic frenzy, but this chaos is at an intensive peak that is undeniable. They had the songs, some musical talent, and enough passion and energy to demolish a stage (literally)." (Taang! Records)
  • TILDIN | persona non grata | LP

    13.50 (24% tax incl.)
    Berlin Punk Rock with immigrant background. A powerful mix of Punk Rock and dirty R´n´R. Predominantly German lyrics, but a good dose of their native languages can be found through out the songs. Pissed off and dirty. Zeke meets New Bomb Turks. (Punk ’n’ Loud Records) https://tilidin.bandcamp.com/
  • Only 100 copies are on violet vinyl. Housed in a deluxe ha. rd bound casewrapped book-like gatefold (with spot UV print) including 28 pages filled with never-seen-before drawings by Luca Abort, plus photos, liner notes and lyrics. One of the most essential discography releases in the whole history of Italian Punk, finally seeing the light after years of hard strains and endless stalemates. NERORGASMO, the blackest and most sincere face of Torino's Dark/Punk nihilism in the '80s and early '90s, the true sound of urban decadence in the city that generated some of the most active and creative Punk/HC acts back in the "fuorious years" of Italian hardcore (think of NEGAZIONE, DECLINO, 5# BRACCIO, KOLLETTIVO etc). This cassette is a complete collection of their recorded material, 44 songs (5 more than the previous CD/DVD also on FOAD), including their first legendary EP remastered from a 1st generation tape before it was pressed on vinyl (so you won't hear any old vinyl crackles), the 1993 album remastered from the studio DAT, 9 completely UNRELEASED studio tracks (1987) and a great selection of live footage 1986-1993. Musically, this was a unique brand of blackened HC/Punk the Italian way crossed with some sinister Dark/Rock influences and the incredibly expressive vocals of Luca Abort (RIP) mixing rage with his sick sarcastic moods. Check the review on goodbadmusic.com: "Italy's NERORGASMO (translates as "Black Orgasm".. wonderful!) released one of the darkest and most original sounding records of the 80s. Backwards message, weird sounds and ultra evil, CCM-like riffing, creating a sickly sweet atmosphere of lascivious cross-downturning. Just the way we love it so much! What is anarchy and subversion if there?s not some good old satanism involved." (F.O.A.D. Records)
  • The Fix was one of the earliest hardcore bands in the Midwest and one of the first to release a record for Touch And Go. Blazing away with the Necros and the Meatmen, The Fix is part of the foundation of what would become Touch And Go. This collection of recordings will be released on both CD and vinyl and includes both early Touch And Go singles, the track from the "Process Of Elimination" track, a few demo tracks from the "Jans Room" sessions and live tracks from a 1981 tour. (Touch & Go Records)
  • INSTITUTE | catharsis | LP

    20.00 (24% tax incl.)
    After demoing for several weeks at home in Austin, the anarcho punk band Institute tracked and mixed Catharsis in just four days between Christmas and New Year's Eve 2014, in New York City with Ben Greenberg at Brooklyn's Gary’s Electric. "Cheerlessness" carves out the perfect trine foundation to aspect both the anthemic "Cheaptime Morals" and the much looser jam "Christian Right" (the latter featuring fellow Texan Andrew Savage of Parquet Courts). Issues of morality, sexuality and religion are all interwoven seamlessly throughout the 10 tracks as the band explores new sonic astral space. (Sacred Bones Records)
  • NEGATIVE APPROACH | tied down | LP

    18.00 (24% tax incl.)

    A reissue of the groundbreaking and influential 1983 album from Michigan's hardcore behemoths. Ten practically peerless tracks of mean, violent and explosive punk rock, featuring the hoarse, wailing vocals of Jon Brannon, who later went on to front the Laughing Hyenas. Now available again on vinyl. LP includes a coupon for a free download of the entire album in MP3 format.
    (Touch and Go Records)

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    ZERO BOYS | history of … | LP

    20.00 (24% tax incl.)
    From 1979 into 1983, the Indianapolis based Zero Boys were the finest hardcore blitz in the Midwest if not all the lower 48 states. Proof is "Vicious Circle" and the two decades since of copyists, bootleggers, practitioners and reunion concert pogoers. Though before and after that LP's 1982 release they recorded the "Livin' In The '80s" 7", songs for three comps and released the post-mortem "History Of..." cassette revealing their transformation into a toured band warming to the metaphysical and their demise while still waving torches of rock 'n' roll panache. Those tracks not on the "Vicious Circle" LP all appear on this collection. Vinyl version includes a coupon that for a limited time allows you to download MP3 audio files of the recordings. (Secretly Canadian Records)
  • H Β-otherSide records μαζί με τον Mr.Vinylios record store, θέλοντας να να γιορτάσουμε τα 11 +25 χρόνια μας αντίστοιχα, ζητήσαμε από 12 μπάντες τις οποίες αγαπούμε και θαυμάζουμε, να συνεισφέρουν ένα ακυκλοφόρητο – σε δίσκο βινυλίου - κομμάτι τους και θα θέλαμε από καρδιάς να ευχαριστήσουμε κατά αλφαβητική σειρά τους Αγόριαstonilio, B-Sides, Cherries on a Blacklist, Διάφανα Κρίνα, Isla Fortuna, Λευκή Συμφωνία, Lia Hide, Lost Bodies, Planet of Zeus, Purple Overdose, Raining Pleasure, Venus In Furs για την ανιδιοτελή προσφορά τους. Το εξώφυλλο της συλλογής έχει φιλοτεχνηθεί από τον μυθικό σχεδιαστή κόμιξ Ken Landgraf, με εξώφυλλα και συνεργασίες μεταξύ άλλων με Pink Floyd, Manowar, Thor ενώ είναι και ο άνθρωπος που έφτιαξε για την Marvel τον ήρωα Wolverine! Το μάστερ επιμελήθηκε ο Γιάννης Κύρης (www.kyris.gr) και τον σχεδιασμό του ενθέτου ο Νίκος Δερβίσης. H έκδοση περιέχει ένα έγχρωμο δισέλιδο κατάλογο όλων των κυκλοφοριών της B-otherSide records καθώς και από ένα ακόμα έγχρωμο δισέλιδο με την πλήρη βιογραφία του Ken Landgraf, credits καθώς και ένα επετειακό κείμενο από την B-otherSide records και τον Μρ. Βινύλιο σε ελληνικά και αγγλικά. Κυκλοφορεί το Σαββάτο 07/09/2019 σε 700 αριθμημένες κόπιες, από τις οποίες οι 350 θα διατεθούν προς πώληση στα καταστήματα δίσκων και οι υπόλοιπες 350 από το κατάστημα Mr.Vinylios. Τραγούδια που υπάρχουν στο άλμπουμ μπορείτε να ακούσετε (pro-master) εδώ : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raFoNVUTXcM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EHDh427KKI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4uKgkpJnYA
  • (Shipping: September) Zounds formed in Reading in 1977 releasing their first single Can’t Cheat Karma on Crass Records in 1980. This early association with Crass meant they were key figures in the bourgeoning anarcho-punk scene along with The Mob, Poison Girls, Flux of Pink Indians and many others. Moving to Rough Trade Records the band released their first album The Curse of Zounds in 1982, recording and mixing the LP within five days. The cover art, by anarchist artist Clifford Harper, featured a painting of fire fighters apparently trying to put out a blaze at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster. However, the picture continued onto the back cover, which showed that in fact they are spraying the fire with petrol, thus feeding it. Someone must have slipped one of those post-anarcho-syndicalist pamphlets in with these guys’ Beano comics! This is sturdy, above-average English pop-punk with some surprisingly infectious hooks. But the foursome ain’t just disaffected youngsters lookin’ for a kiss (or any ol’ white riot) – they’re searching out the meaning of life in the post-industrial capitalist system. As long as you’ve got the tunes, fellas – go for it! – Trouser Press The album is now seen as a classic of the genre and one of the most inspirational albums of the post-punk period. (Overground Records)
  • In many ways The Mob were the archetypal anarcho punk band. Formed in Yeovil, Somerset in 1979 the band soon spent their time permanently on the road in a convoy of trucks before squatting in Brougham Road, Hackney – a street of houses that accommodated many punk and counter-culture types. Until their demise in 1983 they remained an integral part and a huge influence on the anarcho, traveller and free festival scenes. Their first release was the 1980 Crying Again single on their own All The Madmen label, followed later that year by the Ching cassette. 1981 saw another single the hugely popular and haunting Witch Hunt soon followed by their now legendary Crass single No Doves Fly Here, both taking anarcho punk into new musically unchartered waters. 1983 saw the release of their now legendary album Let The Tribe Increase, an album that saw them moving away from the constraints of the punk sound as they continued to push the musical boundaries. This trend continued in their epic single The Mirror Breaks. The Mob’s invlovement with the counterculture saw them playing gigs with archetypal hippies Here & Now and Androids of Mu as well as being actively involved in the Persons Unknown and Centro Iberico anarchist centres and the Black Sheep Housing Co-operative. Eventually The Mob dissolved with Joseph Porter joining Zounds before founding Blyth Power. Let The Tribe Increase includes the full album, both tracks from the Mirror Breaks 7″ and a previously unheard demo version of Stay, all professionally remastered. Packaged in a 12-page booklet it contains a band history and the events that surrounded the recording of the album by Kill Your Pet Puppy fanzine editor Alistair Livingston. (Overground Records)
  • ZOUNDS | the curse of zounds | CD

    10.00 (24% tax incl.)
    Zounds formed in Reading in 1977 releasing their first single Can’t Cheat Karma on Crass Records in 1980. This early association with Crass meant they were key figures in the bourgeoning anarcho-punk scene along with The Mob, Poison Girls, Flux of Pink Indians and many others. Moving to Rough Trade Records the band released their first album The Curse of Zounds in 1982, recording and mixing the LP within five days. The cover art, by anarchist artist Clifford Harper, featured a painting of fire fighters apparently trying to put out a blaze at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster. However, the picture continued onto the back cover, which showed that in fact they are spraying the fire with petrol, thus feeding it. Someone must have slipped one of those post-anarcho-syndicalist pamphlets in with these guys’ Beano comics! This is sturdy, above-average English pop-punk with some surprisingly infectious hooks. But the foursome ain’t just disaffected youngsters lookin’ for a kiss (or any ol’ white riot) – they’re searching out the meaning of life in the post-industrial capitalist system. As long as you’ve got the tunes, fellas – go for it! – Trouser Press The album is now seen as a classic of the genre and one of the most inspirational albums of the post-punk period. This CD contains 20 songs (their first LP and 4 early EPS) which were ALL the music they released in 80's. (Overground Records)  
  • In many ways The Mob were the archetypal anarcho punk band. Formed in Yeovil, Somerset in 1979 the band soon spent their time permanently on the road in a convoy of trucks before squatting in Brougham Road, Hackney – a street of houses that accommodated many punk and counter-culture types. Until their demise in 1983 they remained an integral part and a huge influence on the anarcho, traveller and free festival scenes. Their first release was the 1980 Crying Again single on their own All The Madmen label, followed later that year by the Ching cassette which is included here. 1981 saw another single the hugely popular and haunting Witch Hunt soon followed by their now legendary Crass single No Doves Fly Here, both taking anarcho punk into new musically unchartered waters. Included here is the original recording of that single prior to being reworked by Penny Rimbaud of Crass. 1983 saw the release of their now legendary album Let The Tribe Increase, an album that saw them moving away from the constraints of the punk sound as they continued to push the musical boundaries. This trend continued in their epic single The Mirror Breaks. Eventually The Mob dissolved with Joseph Porter joining Zounds before founding Blyth Power. May Inspire Revolutionary Acts compiles all the material that wasn’t on their discography Let The Tribe Increase CD. These include their highly collectable Ching cassette, unreleased versions of Crying Again and No Doves Fly Here, tracks that appeared exclusively on the impossible to find A Tribute To Bert Weedon cassette and three live tracks. Packaged in a 12-page booklet it contains a detailed explanation of the sources of the recordings and sleeve notes by Kill Your Pet Puppy fanzine editor Alistair Livingston. (Overground Records)
  • In many ways The Mob were the archetypal anarcho punk band. Formed in Yeovil, Somerset in 1979 the band soon spent their time permanently on the road in a convoy of trucks before squatting in Brougham Road, Hackney – a street of houses that accommodated many punk and counter-culture types. Until their demise in 1983 they remained an integral part and a huge influence on the anarcho, traveller and free festival scenes. Their first release was the 1980 Crying Again single on their own All The Madmen label, followed later that year by the Ching cassette. 1981 saw another single the hugely popular and haunting Witch Hunt soon followed by their now legendary Crass single No Doves Fly Here, both taking anarcho punk into new musically unchartered waters. 1983 saw the release of their now legendary album Let The Tribe Increase, an album that saw them moving away from the constraints of the punk sound as they continued to push the musical boundaries. This trend continued in their epic single The Mirror Breaks. The Mob’s invlovement with the counterculture saw them playing gigs with archetypal hippies Here & Now and Androids of Mu as well as being actively involved in the Persons Unknown and Centro Iberico anarchist centres and the Black Sheep Housing Co-operative.Eventually The Mob dissolved with Joseph Porter joining Zounds before founding Blyth Power. Let The Tribe Increase includes the full album, both tracks from the Mirror Breaks 7” and a previously unheard demo version of Stay, all professionally remastered. Packaged in a 12-page booklet it contains a band history and the events that surrounded the recording of the album by Kill Your Pet Puppy fanzine editor Alistair Livingston. (Overground Records)  
  • RUBELLA BALLET | day-glo daze | LP

    18.00 (24% tax incl.)
    (Shipping: September) Day Glo Daze collects all the singles released by Rubella Ballet commencing with Ballet Dance originally released in 1979. Many of the singles are highly collectable and are now extremely difficult to find. In addition to providing the definitive collection of the group’s A-sides, the album also includes all the B-sides. All tracks have been remixed by the group’s founding mainstay, Sid Truelove, enabling the material to be heard in the manner in which it was originally intended. Now celebrating their fortieth anniversary, Rubella Ballet have been hailed as “a unique sensory phenomenon who transcended their Anarcho punk roots to explore and define postpunk, goth and dance”. Their spectacular uultraviolet/day-glo stage show has thrilled audiences across the UK, US and Europe, and the band fronted by original members Zillah Minx and Sid Truelove continue to tour. In August they tour America headlining the Skull Festival. UK fans can catch a special UV show at Rebellion.
  • Now in their fourth decade, Social Distortion have officially done one of the most non-punk thing possible: They've failed to burn out. Mixing Springsteen's factory-overalls ethic while supplying plenty of So Cal attitude and aggression, Social Distortion formed with Mike Ness and high school friend, the late Dennis Danell, breaking through in 1983 with the critically acclaimed first album Mommy's Little Monster. Their 1988 follow-up, Prison Bound, hinted at a sonic change to come, and by well before the band's 2004 Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll album, their sound had solidified into the instantly recognizable brand of rock 'n' roll that's defined them since. Social Distortion's vinyl box set, The Independent Years: 1983 --2004, collects the band's independent label releases from Mommy's Little Monster, Prison Bound, and Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll to the compilation Mainliner (Wreckage From The Past), all on unique translucent colored vinyl. About Each Title: Mommy's Little Monster (Red translucent vinyl) is Social Distortion's 1983 debut album and recorded in a single session after Mike Ness's participation in the 1982 Another State of Mind punk documentary. All Music calls the album 'the epitome of early-'80s suburban California punk and provided inspiration for many future Californians, including the Offspring and Rancid'. Prison Bound (Clear concrete swirl translucent vinyl) Social Distortion's second album, would arrive in 1988, a full five years after their debut. As evident in the Stone's 'Backstreet Girl' cover, Mike Ness's Johnny Cash and The Rolling Stones influences would become Social Distortion's turning point from a raw Orange County punk rock band to the direction that would ultimately define their sound. Mainliner (Wreckage From The Past) (Clear translucent vinyl) is a collection of early singles and b-sides recorded circa 1983 and compiled for release in 1995. Includes a cover of the Rolling Stones 'Under My Thumb' and the fan favorite '1945'. Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll (Gold translucent vinyl) is Social Distortion's sixth album, released in 2004, eight years after White Light, White Heat, White Trash. Marking a return to their independent label roots, a great deal of the album is a musical eulogy to former classic era guitarist Dennis Danell, who died in 2000. The album's opening track, 'Reach for the Sky' would go on to become one of Social Distortion's biggest hits. (The Bicycle Music Company ‎/ Spinefarm Records)  
  • Debut LP by Cold I from Athens. Following the digital single "Kakos Anemos" which came out in early 2016 and received good feedback, in spring the band recorded 8 songs. In terms of music, this album brings to mind bands like Joy Division/The Sound mixed with early Greek 80's dark wave/post punk sound. All lyrics are in Greek, which gives a special feeling to the music. Limited to 300. (Scarecrow Records) https://scarecrowrecords.bandcamp.com/album/--8
  • The New Jersey-based hardcore band Endeavor comprised vocalist Mike Olender, guitarists Kevin Tunney and Mike Duffy, bassist Mark Zeveney and drummer Mike Rummel. After issuing their debut Crazier Than a Shithouse Rat on the Conversion label in 1997, they signed to Trustkill for the follow-up Constructive Semantics, released later that same year. (Trustkill Records)
  • Polish punk rock from the late 80s. (Dywizja KOT)